hard question of the month: when will you get out of your own way and start owning your power?


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Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.

― Rob Siltanen

hard question of the month: are you truly an autonomous woman?


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hard question of the month: are you trying to prove something or are you trying to build something?

the not sorry method

Let others lead small lives,
but not you.

Let others argue over small things,
but not you.

Let others cry over small hurts,
but not you.

Let others leave their future in someone else’s hands, but not you.

― Jim Rohn

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hard question of the month: are you really doing everything you possibly can to be successful?

hard question of the month: are your own thoughts holding you back?

this might be the only book you ever need to read to be successful

 

“The amateur allows his worth and identity to be defined by others. The amateur craves third-party validation. The amateur is tyrannized by his imagined conception of what is expected of him. He is imprisoned by what he believes he ought to think, how he ought to look, what he ought to do, and who he ought to be. 
– Steven Pressfield


THIS BOOK. I always come back to it. With laser-like precision, Steven Pressfield gets to the guts of what it takes to be a professional + reminds you of what you are if you are not. The writing is meant for entrepreneurs, artists + creatives. But not for the faint of heart. It will cut through your bull sh*t with no apology or comfort. 

Turning Pro requires you to decide if you are an amateur or a professional + then demands that you prove it – every f*cking day. 

If you’re stuck this book will pull you up + out.

Mad love,
Alicia.

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When you don’t give anybody anything you will never be prosperous. The first principle of life as a human is to be loving. You must meet people. You must receive people. You must talk to people. You must share your wisdom with people. If your love is true and true is your love, then all that is in the Universe belongs to you. Love first, everything will come to you. 

—Yogi Bhajan


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the heart + soul of a comeback

…if we are feeling sorry for ourselves, we cannot be an agent of change for others. —Tim Storey

As the end of a quarter draws near, I like to renew my motivation + my commitment to my goals; sometimes I find what I’m looking for in a book or a check-in with one of my mentors but today it was in this video. One of Oprah’s Super Soul Sessions had the right combination of heart, empowerment + unblocking of stagnant energy. I hope you enjoy Tim Storey’s talk as much as I did.

Remember you are the only person that can set you free.

Mad Love,
Alicia.


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hard question of the month: why aren’t you meditating yet?


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Think of it this way: There are two kinds of failure. The first comes from never trying out your ideas because you are afraid, or because you are waiting for the perfect time. This kind of failure you can never learn from, and such timidity will destroy you. The second kind comes from a bold and venturesome spirit. If you fail in this way, the hit that you take to your reputation is greatly outweighed by what you learn. Repeated failure will toughen your spirit and show you with absolute clarity how things must be done.

― Robert Greene

the 6 clients that deserve a NO from you

It is without any hesitation that I tell you to say NO! {or no f*cking way!} to the following types of clients:

  1. the ‘client’ that is late for your first meeting – your time is extremely valuable if they don’t believe that before they meet with you, they never will.
  2. the ‘client’ that wants to meet for coffee a second, third, fourth or fifth time to discuss business, but never formally engages you for work – to be blunt: they are working with you already but for free or for the price of a cup of coffee. Is that what you’re worth? No, not at all. Do not give away your time + knowledge without a strategy or an invoice.
  3. the ‘client’ that questions or doubts your expertise all the time – yes it’s true, you cannot possibly know everything however, you can have some confidence in what you do know, combined with your experience, your willingness to keep learning + your passion for your work. This “feedback” usually leads to a conversation about how much you charge + why they want to pay you less. Never let a client negotiate your worth!
  4. the ‘client’ that does not pay you – listen, this should be obvious but if not, let me remind you: if your client is not paying you, then you are paying your client. That’s what’s up. You are not running a charity, you are running a business. Honour yourself accordingly.
  5. the ‘client’ that tries to cut you out – depending on the kind of work you do, you might be the middleman, the first time a client attempts to go direct – cut him off at the knees {not literally but you know what I mean}. Don’t hide from it either; you must confront it directly +  then move on. I know this is difficult, but the minute it gets out that you’re not necessary, your business is over. For real.
  6. the ‘client’ that’s just a jerk – for every awful client, there are about 3 amazing clients; too often we only see what’s right in front of us + this is where self-trust has to come in. You either see the world through a lens of scarcity or a lens of abundance. Scarcity tells you that the awful client may be all you have, but abundance tells you that it’s a good idea to leave space for better clients to come. For abundance to flow, you have to live through your vision + not through your circumstance.

In summary, the minute you feel that doubt, deep in your gut about a person, a deal, a contract or a business opportunity – listen to yourself + say no.

Alicia.

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